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It’s December 31, 2011. It’s the last day of 2011 and different people will be celebrating this day in different ways. If you have young children, chances are your day will for the most part, be similar to all the the other days. You may however, be having a New Year’s Eve party or you might be going over to a friend’s home to celebrate.
Today, we’ll be spending New Year’s Eve at home with a nice family dinner and tons of home cooked food. More importantly though, my kid being almost 6 years old has made the request that she’d like to stay up late one night. Together, we decided that New Year’s Eve would be a good night to do it since it’s still the holidays and she’ll also get to see the Countdown on tv.
My child is incredibly excited to be able to do this and she’s agreed to take a nap today to make sure she’ll still be awake at midnight.
As 2011 rolls to an end, I can’t help but reflect back at all the accomplishments she’s made in this one year alone. From a professional standpoint, it was in 2011 that she and I came up with this website. After all, she’s the one that came up with this name!
To all our readers here at thingsthatwedo.com, we wish you all a 2012 that is filled with positive memories, that despite all that happens we’ll always remember to see the cup as half full, and that lemonade will always be better than sour grapes. Remember to smile often and always remember to hug your children and tell them you love them.
From the family at thingsthatwedo.com